Definition of Rhaeto-Romanic
1. Noun. Romance dialects spoken in parts of southeastern Switzerland and northern Italy and the Tyrol.
Generic synonyms: Latinian Language, Romance, Romance Language
Specialized synonyms: Friuli, Friulian, Ladin, Romansh, Rumansh
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhaeto-Romanic
Literary usage of Rhaeto-Romanic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. List of Subject Headings for Use in Dictionary Catalogs by American Library Association, Mary Josephine Briggs (1914)
"Rumanian language See also US— History — War with Refer from Rhaeto-Romanic language (s); Rheto-Romanic language (s); Romance languages; ..."
2. The Library Bulletin of Cornell Universityby George William Harris, Cornell University Libraries by George William Harris, Cornell University Libraries (1896)
"ADDITIONS TO THE Rhaeto-Romanic COLLECTION. In December, 1891, Mr. Willard Fiske, the first Librarian of the University, presented to the University Library ..."
3. The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America by Bibliographical Society of America (1918)
"Catalogue of the Rhaeto-Romanic collection presented to the Library by Willard Fiske. Ithaca, New York, 1894. Pp. iv, 32. It is a noteworthy fact that ..."
4. Additions to the Rhaeto-Romantic Collectionby Cornell University Libraries, Willard Fiske by Cornell University Libraries, Willard Fiske (1896)
"The collection includes, besides Rhaeto-romanic texts, many works dealing with ... Catalogue of the Rhaeto- Romanic collection presented by Willard Fiske. ..."
5. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1917)
"The following bibliographical publications have been issued: White Historical Library catalog, parts I and 2, Fiske Dante catalog, Fiske Rhaeto-Romanic ..."
6. Disability in Higher Education by Serge Ebersold, Peter Evans (2003)
"The four national languages are German, French, Italian and Rhaeto-Romanic. which are also the medium of instruction in the respective school regions. ..."
7. Disability in Higher Education by Serge Ebersold, Peter Evans (2003)
"The four national languages are German, French, Italian and Rhaeto-Romanic, which are also the medium of instruction in the respective school regions. ..."